Friday, January 04, 2008

The prognosticating preacher -or- The obvious oracle

All-around idiot Pat Robertson usually doesn't make the list on the "Ann Coulter" principle (i.e. we don't want to let one or two people take all the spots), but his annual predictions are always a hoot. Last year he predicted a nuclear attack and incidents of terrorism with possibly millions of deaths. He wasn't wrong as such; it's just that God, in His infinite mercy, spared us. Apparently God changed his mind at the last minute. "Sorry, Pat! Just keeping you on your toes!"

This year, Robertson weighs in with some shockers, predicting a recession, a stock market crash and rising oil prices. Watch out Ric Romero, Robertson's after your job! [NOTWD]

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